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[PHOTOS] First Tourism Treehouse in Croatia Officially Opened

Treehouse tourism (photo credit: dubrovniktv.net)

Treehouse tourism (photo credit: dubrovniktv.net)

The first treehouse built in Croatia has been officially opened this week near Dubrovnik…

The treehouse, which stands on a 50 m² big platform among oak trees, has been built in Cadmos Village adventure park in Konavle, near Dubrovnik on Croatia’s southern Dalmatian coast. The treehouse has been build to add another dimension to the park’s outdoor tourism offering and can accommodate up to 6 people who will enjoy fresh air, an open terrace and a beautiful view over Konavle valley.

There is also a restaurant near the treehouse so guests can enjoy traditional, homemeade meals. There are also plenty of activities to take part in at the park, including zip lines, paintball, a giant swing, biking, archery and more. All the electric power in Cadmos Village comes from solar energy.

Treehouse was opened on Wednesday (photo credit: dubrovniktv.net)

Treehouse was opened on Wednesday (photo credit: dubrovniktv.net)

“It have been quite an adventure to build this unique house – this is the first project in Croatia like this and it was very challenging in terms of designing and planning. It consists of living room, bathroom, bedroom and the entresol with two bedrooms. We wanted something different and innovative, so complete electric energy comes only from solar energy,” the treehouse team said.

Lots to do at the park (photo: Cadmos Village)

Lots to do at the park (photo: Cadmos Village)

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